I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Felix recently appeared at a Good Samaritan’s house, thin to the extreme. He was a very hungry, very friendly, and very playful young boy without any notion that someone may not like him—even neighborhood dogs. In a week or two he got injured. His left front paw was hanging motionless and he was in shock for a few days. X-rays did not show any broken bones. Soon, he resumed his squirrel, bird and other cats chasing and tree climbing on his three paws without loosing any speed or determination. After a month with no improvement, the orthopedic veterinarian suggested to take his entire paw and shoulder blade out assuming a severed nerve. Felix didn't have the surgery. It was decided to wait and now he’s started using his paw. It may not ever be fully operational and he will need to wear a bootie or a sock to protect the lower part of his paw from being scratched, but he will be the handsomest boy around with his chic sock accessory. Felix is in good spirits, finishing some treatments for the lower part of his injured paw, wearing his sock and … definitely starting to use his shoulder blade and the upper part of the paw while playing and standing. He is growing very well, extending his vocabulary, and exhibiting a wonderful sense of humor.
[ Felix is 1 year old and about 10 lbs.]
If you'd like to meet Felix, please contact Elena:
(310) 720-8624or email@example.com
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